Biased BBC Christmas Special

A happy Christmas to all our readers and contributors . In the spirit of the Season let us remember the good old days when the BBC helped make Christmas as opposed to current times .

 

and a special thought to the 49 thousand members of the £12 billion pound BBC pension fund .

Merry Christmas and an unbiased 2019

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  1. StewGreen says:

    8pm BBC4 Royal institution’ Xmas lecture
    ..by a woman scientist ..that’s OK
    but they’ve probably given the opportunity to someone fresh who’ve we’ve never seen before
    ..Not someone you can guess by saying : woman +scientist +BBC
    /sarc

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  2. StewGreen says:

    Flashback to 2011. see how the Times doesn’t follow the BBC model of saying “ASIAN men grooming”
    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/problem-of-muslim-men-grooming-young-women-also-exists-in-the-netherlands-mcnr3rnwncq
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  3. Guest Who says:

    I recall a few days the media was going mental he had not gone out.

    Cue them flipping to warmonger mode in 3, 2,….

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Guest
      President Trump tells his troups that USA won’t fight other peoples’ Wars anymore unless they make a contribution . Obviously snowflakes / ReichEU don’t like this foreign policy but he is only carrying out campaign promises .

      The other BBC was for ever critising America for imperial attitudes . Can’t win .

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  4. Guest Who says:

    #CCBGB

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  5. G.W.F. says:

    Panic as man with a knife attacks people in London.

    Yeah yeah, we know, nothing to do with Islam or terror, or copying Islamic terrorism from attacks on Israelis.
    Story will be dropped by tomorrow.
    Just like car rammings.
    Next week it will be trickled through local newspapers that it was just a drunk.
    Don’t believe conspiracy theorists.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6530847/Dozens-shoppers-flee-terror-police-swoop-Westfield-mall-seize-Boxing-Day-knifeman.html?ito=social-facebook

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    • Chalkywhite says:

      Has this been reported by the BBC?

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    • StewGreen says:

      No attack, just two different events
      #1 Counter shatters
      #2 A bit earlier upstairs police had arrested some guy for knife possession
      (They had big metal detector system, so attacks were unlikely)


      \\ Correction! A glass counter shattered in the food court and LOTS of people panicked,
      running, screaming and almost trampling me, Frenchman and the girls.
      .. The likes of @TheSun and @DailyMailUK have misreported this as a “knife man” //

      \\ It’s such an anticlimax. Something dropped/broke and a bunch of roadmen started overreacting and ran away screaming which led to everyone running… //
      That vid of running peeps does look dramatic thoough

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      • Fedup2 says:

        Stew
        What this does demonstrate is the ease with which group hysteria can be triggered by fear of what is now an every day event in big cities .

        Obviously the absence of visible law enforcement doesn’t help but it seems that the very few police left now are busily sexually harassing each other or members of jo or Josephine public ( according to the paper of record The Guardian ) .

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  6. Fedup2 says:

    GWF
    I’m glad you reported this and not me – there is footage on twitter of the mass panic as shoppers try to get out of the shopping centre .

    It’s a bit personal because I had made an appointment to go to the Apple shop there today but had a touch of the seconds because I wondered about safety today . So I didn’t go .

    As I say here a few times – for Londonistan it’s the new normal .

    Naturally not reported by the worlds ‘ best broadcaster ,

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    • G.W.F. says:

      Fedup

      I treat all the descriptions of terror activity, knife attacks, car rammings initially with suspicion. People are failing to persuade the police to listen, both the MSM and local media are well skilled in finding alternative explanations.
      Sure there are non terror explanations, but they need to be well established. I don’t see that.
      See the video – aw we know conspiracy theory.

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  7. StewGreen says:

    These Gatwick drones ..there is no proper evidence is there ?
    Has anyone actually seen a proper video ?
    ..or a first hand account from someone that witnesses one
    All I seen is a BBC video where a Gatwick manager says “we had a sighting that was confirmed by the police”
    ..There is a Daily Mail video, but it has no telephoto so al it is, is a dot that could be a bird or something .
    This BBC vid looks to be the same footage

    Droning On expressed cynicism early on

    another drone expert agreed : his first video people asked for evidence in the comments, ..His second vid he picks up that it probably never existed

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Stew
      Being the owner of a very expensive pilots’ licence I was trying to work out where Air Traffic Control fits into this . There is a great big tower at Gatwick with people paid to look out of it . Either they saw drones or they didn’t –

      The press today was reporting that Sussex police have been replaced as main investigator – mainly it seems – because of apparent competency .

      The real issue is about the lack of preparation for the inevitable threat to aviation which drones pose , the lack of licensing regulation and control of sales . Compared to what could happen if a drone flies into a jet engine to the delay of 2 or 3 hundred thousand people – this is a serious business which can’t be forgotten .

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      • G.W.F. says:

        Fedup2

        Has anyone suggested that the object might not be a drone, but that the high level of investigation by experts and the like together with grounding the planes, might suggest something else?

        Drat. If I were a conspiracy theorist I would blame Putin or even Trump for something murky.

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  8. Guest Who says:

    Not directly BBC, but I do appreciate a classy, but still effective response.

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    • StewGreen says:

      Yes there were a load of US blue tick media people who tweeted stuff like
      \\ Trump becomes first president since 2002 not to visit troops at Christmastime.//
      As if they’d all been briefed that he wasn’t going
      when in fact he’d already arrived
      ..Montel was one of them
      Anyways Trump got quite a bad reception
      ..and apparently First Lady’s never visit war zones


      Ha Trumps own vdeo tweet is a bit OTT

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      • Fedup2 says:

        I’d really like to know if any of the many BBC people based in Washington accompanied the President of the USA on this trip .

        MSM will always find a negative in the withdrawal of US troops from some dump where they’re main role is to provide targets for Muslim terrorists .

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        • StewGreen says:

          I bet you there are some BBC staffers who tweeted the same sneering tweets as the US MSM about him not visiting the troops.
          will they delete them ?

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      • LastChanceSaloon says:

        SG
        In 2016 when Hillary was falling over the BBC creative photography was in top gear.
        BBC response, when the physical health of the mass rape concealer* could not be denied, was to point in the Saint Donald direction and mew “he’s even older”.

        It is nice to see Saint Donald demonstrating the fitness of someone decades younger, it bodes well for 2020 when the Democrats, I hope will have their noses rubbed in it, again.

        *
        Some alleged rapes, which “happened” 20 years ago, in the USA, without any witnesses, without any of them being reported to the police, when the alleged victims are hard left bints, are BBC headlines for weeks.

        The BBC then puts the “alleged” in the waste bin, files the “rape” stories and drags them out whenever convenient.

        Contrast this with the denial and cover up of mass child gang rape continuing to this day in Europe.

        Sickening.

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  9. RJ says:

    I had a very enjoyable 2 1/2 hours with BBC 2 this evening, watching Dad’s Army and Morcambe & Wise. Then I made the mistake of switching to BBC 1 for the first episode of the Agatha Christie Poirot – The ABC Murders. The attraction was Joihn Malkovich as Poirot. He was good, but had no chance to shine against a productioon that was slow, full of “artistic” shots that did nothing for the plot, and was essentially boring.

    I stayed with it until 10pm, but then,as a reminder of how good TV adaptations of Poirot can be, I watched David Suchet in ITV’s version of the same plot. That one was entertaining.

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    • Beltane says:

      There’s been a lot of complaint and unfair comparison between Malkovitch and Suchet, especially among the twittering. For all Suchet’s undoubted abilities, at least Malkovitch sported a realistic beard, not a liquorice slug under his nose.
      It’s just about as rational as saying Margaret Rutherford was the only actress capable of portraying Miss Marple, so Joan Hickson and Geraldine McKewan shouldn’t have bothered.
      They are all ACTORS for chris’sake, ACTING!

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      • RJ says:

        The best comparison I can come up with is Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes. He was superb and with a good script, such as Hound of the Baskervilles, he was Holmes. His problem was that in almost every other one of his Holmes films he had a poor script and sub-standard production. Malkovich has the same problems.

        I didn’t bother with tonight’s episode.

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  10. StewGreen says:

    Thursday Dec 20 Newsnight shouting “far right” hit piece by Katie Razzall
    mentioned here on Dec 23rd
    Well Dec 25th Mike Lane did a good deconstruction
    The first thing he points out is that
    #1 the reporter is a posh girl
    #2 and her father is the politician and Liberal Democrat peer Tim Razzall
    ( #3 Another rabbit-hole is did Tim Razzall help cover up Cyril smith’s paedophile abuse ? )

    The vid mentions Tommy a lot, and of course it the girls that matter ,not Tommy so much.
    However as people chase the truth the media throw down Tommy-bashing stories, just like throwing down dustbins to stop people moving forward

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  11. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #1

    At least four advertisements today for non-BBC items and the programme is only halfway through. Books by writers. I’m all in favour of books and reading but it is ADVERTISING on the BBC.

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  12. Up2snuff says:

    TWatO Watch #2 – additional & delayed from yesterday.

    The programme appeared to investigate the plight of Christians, being driven out of where they live in the Middle East. In the intro to the item, Israel was included as one of the guilty nations along with, for example, Iraq and Gaza.

    My FakeNews & FalseFacts Alarm rang at that moment. To the best of my knowledge, the ‘Christian Church’ is actually growing – not shrinking – in Israel.

    I wondered 1. if the BBC was just being, ahem!, merely anti-Semitic/anti-Israel, or 2. if not, instead talking about something it had not researched properly. I suspect that latter point was mainly the cause although on past form it could have been both reasons or mainly the first as the BBC do have ‘form’ on that.

    The first difficulty with becoming a Christian from an Orthodox Jewish background, especially from a Haredi or Hassidic community, is that you will most likely be shunned, cut off by your family & friends and treated as deceased. Dead. Although not actually so and still alive. Compare and contrast that, however, with converting to Christianity from Islam in a Middle Eastern or Asian State.

    The other difficulty a new Christian from an Orthodox (or even Reform or Liberal) Judaism faces is what do you call yourself. For some, taking on the label of Christian, although strictly & technically accurate in a Greek sense for believing in Yeshua as Messiah and God, is a pejorative one. The label ‘christian’ carries all sorts of connotations, not least of Germany & WW2 and the Vatican’s attitude at the time.

    It could be the BBC were being lazy, or had not used an informed or good journalist to feed them their introductory information. Or they had not understood the cultural complications and dug into the different labels that Christian Jews adopt: Messianic Jew, Believer in/Follower of Yeshua or just plain ‘Believer’. Those labels can then be applied to their churches where they choose to worship, should they choose not to join a mixed Palestinian/Gentile/Israeli Christian group.

    I suspect that the BBC may have again been careless in presentation of FakeNews & False Facts in yesterday’s TWatO on yet another item in that programme. The reason I can only guess at.

    By the way, if you have info that either backs this up or contradicts it or updates it, please post. I’d be interested to know.

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    • G says:

      Up2,
      “It could be the BBC were being lazy, or had not used an informed or good journalist to feed them their introductory information. Or they had not understood the cultural complications…..”.
      It could simply be that our far left Marxist State Broadcaster only sees such subjects through the prism of islam?

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    • TrueToo says:

      Up2snuff,

      Excuse my blissful ignorance, but is TWatO the Today programme, otherwise known as Toady? I have little doubt that the BBC is well aware that there is complete freedom of religion for all faiths in Israel and is engaging in taqiya by trying to indicate otherwise. But I’d like to check it out for myself.

      Can you provide more info as to where I can grit my teeth and listen to the BBC pretending yesterday to be an impartial broadcaster re the plight of Christians in the Middle East?

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  13. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Rubbish university challenge last night I thought.

    The six girls on the two panels and a large majority of questions about girls in history. I’m not ignorant but I’d never heard of most of the girls mentioned, something like 19th century American female architect or obscure Turkish philosopher type of questions.
    Marie Curie, Agatha Christie, Indira Gandhi or Golda Meyer yes but obscure questions about almost unknown wimmin so as to appear equal gender just spoils the quiz.

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    • Guest Who says:

      2018 has been the year of smart chicks though. Ocassionally Coherent, O Sole O’Brien, and over here the entire Labour and most of the Tory front benches. Plus of course, Kirsty, Kay, Emily and Cathy.

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  14. G says:

    But no mention of the UN Migration Compact in the top 10 worst ideas. Nothing on the list of 10 seems to come anywhere near the Compact as being a bad idea.
    https://civicrm.unwatch.org/civicrm/mailing/view?reset=1&id=772

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  15. Guest Who says:

    Build it and they will come. Not the bbc in this case, though. Katty, Jon and Anthony likely busy deleting tweets at the mo.

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  16. Guest Who says:

    Now, who could he be thinking of?

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  17. Guest Who says:

    Bbc finds a commode amongst women.

    I do not intend to besmirch the fairer sex, but some in positions of prominence do seem to be excelling at wombattery currently.

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    • Guest Who says:

      Me either.

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      • Guest Who says:

        Still she got a nice jolly out of it on the hapless licence fee payer, even if all she can eat there is lichen.

        However, #CCBGB

        Not sure the BBC devoting the year end to lunatic, nanny state bonkers front holes is really working out as they had hoped.

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        • StewGreen says:

          It’s one thing to express political opinions from a BBC reporter’s Twitter account, but this is the official R4Today account
          Ah I guess its the guest editor Martha Lane Fox using the official BBC
          (Don’t mention the investors who lost half a billion when her company collapsed)

          BBC Radio 4 Today✔ @BBCr4today
          “Climate is a man-made problem and needs a feminist solution”
          says former Ireland President Mary Robinson.
          “It’s women who change behaviour in the family, in the community”.**
          She explains ‘man-made’ is a generic term and ‘feminist’ includes men #r4today
          https://bbc.in/2ERUXOp

          ** That’s sexism = ‘women are equal, but special as well’

          BBC Radio 4 Today✔ @BBCr4today
          Wasn’t Mary Robinson great?
          She makes me feel far more optimistic about the future.
          And to jump into an interview with Sondheim + some musical theatre is definitely a little view into how my brain works!
          🧠 – MLF #r4today

          BBC Radio 4 Today✔ @BBCr4today
          (graphic says “I am a Twitter board member”)
          Is Silicon Valley solving the right problems?
          🔬 Tech entrepreneur @Marthalanefox went to San Francisco
          to see what solutions are being found to climate change
          #r4today | https://bbc.in/2EOKaUX | @CristinaCriddle

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          • StewGreen says:

            MLF the tech guru
            \\ JustinOnWeb has Martha Lane Fox on #R4today to talk about the issues of Twitter and Facebook – and not once brings up the fact that a portion of her twitter following is bots purchased from Devumi – the American follower factory that sells fake influence online. //
            previously she gave the excuse ‘my staff made that decision’

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        • StewGreen says:

          MLF jolly flight to SF
          \\ Surely these tech companies all have London offices?
          Another free holiday scammed by the BBC through their licence fee/poll tax. //

          \\ #bbcquotes Is everyone in the bbc hitting the cooking sherry still? //

          \\ The interview with Mary Robinson was one of the most bizarre I’ve ever heard on The Today Programme. She appears to be more concerned about promoting her book rather than discussing the strange case of kidnapping of a woman in trouble, rather than a Troubled Woman.
          Very worrying. //

          I mean when her corp’s shareprice collapsed

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          • StewGreen says:

            \\ Hmmmm, what’s not become a gendered issue yet.
            *spins wheel*
            Ah Climate change it is. //

            \\ quit the identity politics! //

            \\ FFS Mary said she didn’t know what a podcast was a year ago //

            \\ Lot of women are putting the kids in their car to drive 200yrds to school. //

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            • StewGreen says:

              She posted a video of the R4Today backroom operation
              Would you need all that if you were just telling the truth ?
              And why can’t they get decent phonelines ?
              \\ Showing my ignorance here, sorry, but why does this radio programme need:
              – 27 or more computer screens, including the tablet – none of them being looked at; and
              – backroom staff of seven (all white men?) plus you and whoever’s holding the tablet?
              What is everybody doing? //

              BTW one screen has the Windows XP logo on it.

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              • Guest Who says:

                Maybe she was on tech support?

                By the sheerest of sheer coincidences, she is also on ‘Media Mast… Mistre… Tools’ Podast.

                ‘Martha Lane Fox is founder of Doteveryone and a member of the House of Lords. A successful entrepreneur, she co-founded Lastminute.com in 1998, which eventually sold for £577 million in 2005, the same year she launched karaoke chain Lucky Voice. She is chancellor of the Open University, patron of several charities and a board member at Twitter and Chanel. In this in-depth interview, she discusses how she uses her voice in the public and private sector to push for action on climate change, recalls the “incredible culture” that made lastminute.com a success, and explains why curiosity, resilience and kindness will always have value in the future – even when the world is being run by robots.

                Talk about a sledgehammer to promote a nut.

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                • StewGreen says:

                  Yep London/Metro media clique
                  ..and they go on about diversity

                  How many London households have BBC and EU cash funding their Xmas ?

                  £577m ..after pumping up the value
                  .. it was rescued a little later cos it was worth nothing.
                  She could’ve give the half billion back but she didn’t

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  18. AsISeeIt says:

    Pull the other one, it’s got bells on…

    Against all evidence the BBC News Channel broadcasts an item purporting to show single (mother) parents are a good thing.

    One child of a single mother was said to have been ‘angry’ when he saw the statistics which showed he’d have been better off with two parents. Way to go, BBC, teach people that when they see science they don’t like the answer is to get angry.

    Meanwhile the Beeb – delving deep into ‘some say’ territory hopefully dredge up some lefty academic cerise-coloured-haired with bad teeth dingbat to tell us (straight-faced) that single parent (always mother, mind you) children do better.

    I cry foul, but what do I know?

    Could that be the distant retreating echo of Santa’s sleigh bells I hear jingling as our national broadcaster tugs at our legs?

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  19. Roland Deschain says:

    Another day, another piece of race baiting from the BBC. It’s utterly incessant.

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  20. BRISSLES says:

    Just listening to some garbage on Sky about possible export/import problems when Brexit happens, and the important agenda of getting foodstuffs from Europe.

    OK, but can someone PLEASE explain as to why my local Co-op is selling baby mushroom from bloody POLAND ?????? and alongside them are ‘normal’ size mushrooms from Lincolnshire.

    I asked an assistant who was capable of speech, but she just shrugged her shoulders and shook her head. Unbe-bloody-believable !!

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    • RJ says:

      The story seems to alternate on a weekly basis. This week the scare is that we’ll all starve because there’s no imported food, but next week it will be that farmers will go bankrupt because they can’t export the food they produce.

      We could always try eating the food that farmers can’t export, along with our regular imports from outside the EU, e.g. Argentinian beef; but the BBC hasn’t been sent a press release on that, that they can “cut & paste”, so it’s impossible to report.

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  21. Beltane says:

    Unless the survey was unfairly selective, ethnic groups must surely include Jews, Armenians, Slavs and Travelers – groups that don’t seem unduly strapped for cash.

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  22. StewGreen says:

    Cressida Dick is doing #ProjectFear
    ‘oh the police might lose access to databases’
    … for what reason ?

    …She also said lots of people saw the drones
    .. Really ? Where’s your evidence of the drones..either you don’t have any, or you are suppressing it

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    • Ian Rushlow says:

      Cressida “Don’t travel on the London Underground if you’re Brazilian” Dick is being disingenuous. The important databases, on terrorists and serious troublemakers, are maintained by the intelligence services. There is extensive co-operation between the UK and the CIA, NSA, Mossad and the other countries of the Five Eyes alliance (USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand), nothing to do with the EU. The EU police databases are more concerned with extraditing errant tourists over parking violations incurred 20 years ago whilst on holiday.

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  23. theisland says:

    More aliens.
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-46692256

    Forget the ‘processing’ – just get rid of them (children or not).

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  24. StewGreen says:

    Vine show : Windrush
    crucial part “and I haven’t seen my mother since she went back to Jamaica in 1982” says the Jamaican guy giving us the sob story of how he missed her funeral in 2014, cos he’d just assumed he was British and then found he needed to be naturalised first, before he could get a passport
    .. and some nutter in the immigration dept insisted on him taking an English language test first, so his mother died in the meantime.

    It’s Vine’s review of the year, and he opened his Windrush item, by saying people had been illegally deported, but I knew he’d not actually find someone who had been.. he put that guy on instead
    warning us “You’ll find this upsetting”
    Yeh sad but the guy had just fallen through the gap when everyone else had got the message and regularised their immigration status.
    FFS 1982 ! its not much of a sob story if he hadn’t thought to visit his mother in the 22 years before the last weeks of her life.

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  25. gb123 says:

    All the stuff from the beeb and the project fear mob is described perfectly by the famous Groucho Marx quote on politics. I seems to apply to all they do not just politics.

    “Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies.”

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  26. StewGreen says:

    32 years !

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  27. StewGreen says:

    Picking up on Boxing Day’s R4Today :
    Times : I take scandal of Asian sex gangs personally, says Sajid Javid
    Home Secretary Sajid Javid has said that he took the Rochdale sexual grooming scandal personally because it involved men from his home town who were from a Pakistani background like him.

    Surely if there was a connection like his family being among the people who turned a blind eye, our elite journos would have unearythe story…/sarc
    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/i-take-scandal-of-asian-sex-gangs-personally-says-sajid-javid-k99sv6x7p

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    • StewGreen says:

      Ha there was only one comment, until I posted that they doing premoderating.
      Now post-dated comments are appearing like magic
      12 so far.

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  28. StewGreen says:

    Apparently on the 23rd Dec here in the UK Altaf Hussain made a speech in Urdu telling his followers to kill his betrayers in Pakistan and since then people have died.
    ..Now of course that could be lies being told by Pakistan Agents
    A different culture like some mad movieland vid, where. rumours get passed as truths, but the truths themselves are bonkers enough.

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  29. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    We all know that what happens in the USA usually crosses the Atlantic and then starts over here whether it be trends, politics, lifestyles etc.
    I can only hope this carries on and we get, after May, a Trump like leader who will start to drain our swamp.
    The right is becoming stronger all over Europe as the populations are becoming heartily sick of the pc, lefty politics.
    The longer nothing is done I think the further to the right we will go.
    Will it be Boris soon, Farage or Tommy a little later or will a new politician come to the fore, one who will be the opposite of the rubbish we have.
    The longer nothing is done the more drastic the actions will be because more and more people are fed up of being ignored and lied to by our politicians.
    Will the politicians do anything or is their bubble like a one way mirror when they look out from their echo chamber, seeing nothing but what they want to see.

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    • Lefty Wright says:

      Manny
      I never used to believe in conspiracy theories. I do now.
      Our country is under attack from within. We only need look around us.The Trojan Horse has been brought in with malice aforethought by people entrusted to run our affairs in the national interest. These people just seem to hate their own kind and when the day of reckoning arrives and the unavoidable violence ensues, they will place the blame squarely on white racism, (but not THEIR white racism) so it may pay to know which side you are batting for.
      In my humble opinion there is no such thing as multiculturalism,which to me, seems just a transitional period between one culture and the next because, given time, the strongest believers will become the dominant culture and, sadly, it’s hard to see Christianity cutting the mustard.
      The peoples of this planet never have and never will love and cherish each other so the snowflakes need to face reality and look after their own.
      Here endeth the rant.

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      • Oaknash says:

        Lefty – “In my humble opinion there is no such thing as multiculturalism,which to me, seems just a transitional period between one culture and the next because, given time, the strongest believers will become the dominant culture and, sadly, it’s hard to see Christianity cutting the mustard”

        I think you are pretty much spot on the money with this. It can work in certain circumstances but only where you have a strongman like Assad who is not afraid to literally bash a few heads together.

        Unfortunately what you have said is the the unacceptable truth which the progressive elite will never admit to, even when they have a jihaddi banging on their own front door with a bloody big knife.

        These bastards (and especially the BBC) have spent the last twenty years telling us the future is all multy kulty with rainbow Unicorns and because of their middle class arrogance they will never admit they have made a terrible mistake, for which we will all be paying the price for years to come. We see it in Sweden now so why should our own spoilt elite be any different.

        As for the Christianity – I think we need to differentiate between the Coptic church and the church in Hungary who are well aware with what they are dealing with and the C of E, Led by the Archbishop Justin Iscariot who has already betrayed his own religion in not standing up for Christians being murdered abroad – still if he plays his cards right who knows he could become the Grand Mufti of Canterbury instead.

        You hint at a very distopian future, and I think you are in all probability right. Whatever happens thanks to these idiots we are sure to be treated to much more blood letting in the UK and all because the virtue signalling idiots in power are incapable of admitting the truth.

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        • Anne says:

          “In my humble opinion there is no such thing as multiculturalism….”

          As I recall, there was no multiculturalism in the 1950s and 60s because we were told that immigrants would integrate over time. Nothing to worry about.

          Didn’t happen, of course, so the goal posts were moved and multiculturalism was invented to conceal the failure.

          “Don’t bother integrating, just be yourself.” So they did, and they’ve been doing it ever since.

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  30. theisland says:

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  31. Dover Sentry says:

    BBC Online News Video:

    “”‘ I’m not having children to help fight climate change’ “”

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-us-canada-46623772/i-m-not-having-children-to-help-fight-climate-change

    He’s doing humanity a favour by taking himself out of the gene pool.

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    • Guest Who says:

      Certainly a perfect Darwinian example.

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    • Guest Who says:

      Meanwhile, by way of ‘balance’, the fecund PM knows who he likes..

      https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/aug/25/justin-trudeau-forced-to-backtrack-on-open-invitation-to-refugees

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    • StewGreen says:

      @DoverSentry So what’s going on with the “i’m not going on with that BBC video page “I’m not going to have children” ?

      It doesn’t seem to be a new-story but rather a call to action video that you’d see on a Greenpeace website
      ie BBC acting as a free advertising platform for Green-politics

      The header of the page is “NEWS”, but the story is not news, it ahould say Climate Activism Adverts

      Then below that is a set of links to videos : I am guessing that cos this page is tagged Climate change action, the other head links are pulled from other vids tagged the same across the BBC website
      across the BBC website
      … See each 3 or 4 weeks the BBC puts out an advert video calling for climate action
      Listed on that page is :
      Where being a climate activist is a lonely job 03 Dec
      Why is climate change a problem? 17 Oct
      Would you give up beef to help the planet? 08 Oct
      Skipping school for climate change 07 Sep
      ‘Young and naive’ for asking about climate change 20 Jul
      … I wrote More detail

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  32. chancygardner says:

    I notice on today’s news site that the airheads at the bloody berk corporation have gleefully reported the flightpath of Air Force One as it flew on Boxing Day. Trump was tracked across the continent following an accidental sighting of the aircraft above Yorkshire. Boneheads on social media then followed the aircraft and made sure everyone on twitter knew the flight tracker code as it flew across the continent. The astonishing stupidity of this action beggars belief. I’ve even considered that the intent might have been wicked. Not so the berks bc as it reported the incident in a style that was kinda cool , ya know like on gameboy dude. Morons.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-46693916

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    • StewGreen says:

      “Alan Meloy took the photograph from the front step of his Sheffield home”
      Full colour photo even though plane would have been so much higher than Gatwick drones
      … So how come no one captured a good shot of a drone from somewhere around Gatwick ?

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  33. StewGreen says:

    BBC reporting on Khan’s Kapital of Kaos
    .. or Climate Change ?

    2am Thu : Acid attack on a 21 year old on #StokeNewington High Street, #Hackney in the early hours of this morning.

    5:30pm Bow, #E3 : 29 year old man has had what is believed to be Ammonia thrown all over him
    (is thought the victims injuries are not serious and that no arrests have been made in relation to the attack. )
    From @999London
    =================

    Vienna : waiting for truth to emerge about this afternoons prolonged attack hostage taking on church and monks

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  34. Halifax says:

    Just Watched University Challenge Christmas special. They now asked gender weighted questions it’s not surprising that almost all the questions regarding females didn’t get answered…..pack it in BBC it’s entertainment not indoctrination we want.

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    • Lefty Wright says:

      Halifax
      Oh for the days when a gent by the name of – I kid you not – Bamber Gascoigne was in the chair at University Challenge. A delightful BBC programme that I used to enjoy. This in the days before the BBC became purely a globalist social engineering tool. Now unwatchable. Sad.

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      • JimS says:

        Bamber presented the programme on ITV from 1962 to 1987. The BBC took it on from 1994 with Jeremy Paxman as question master.

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        • Lefty Wright says:

          JimS
          Thanks for the correction. I had a sneaky feeling when I wrote it that I remembered seeing commercials during the programme. Brain cells wearing out you know.
          However, I still find BBC TV unwatchable. Ditto almost everything that comes down the tube.

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        • Cassandra says:

          Sorry to correct you all but I feel in the tradition of maintaining BBC accuracy and objectivity we need to establish the correct name of the show’s original question master (I meant ‘person’)…

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  35. vlad says:

    Our fearless Home Secretary tackles the plague of Pakistani muslim paedo rape gangs head on.

    Well, not exactly; these are his actual timorous weasel words:

    “There could be – I’m not saying that there are – there could be some cultural reasons from the communities that these men came from that could lead to this kind of behaviour.”

    So the fact that hundreds if not thousands of rapists, in dozens if not hundreds of gangs, happen to be Pakistani muslims (not “Asians” as the lying HS calls them) suggests there could be – I’m not saying there are – some cultural reasons from the communities that these men came from that could lead to this kind of behaviour.

    As anyone with an ounce of common sense knows, there is ONE OVERWHELMING ‘cultural reason’ and it’s called islam, and it can be traced right back to the behaviour of the founder, and condoned by the misogynistic and xenophobic teachings and practices propounded in their manual.

    Note too his reasons for wanting to expose these vile creatures: not because they are vermin who must be stopped and brought to justice to spare further victims, no: but because “ignoring issues such as ethnicity is more likely to fuel the far-right.”

    See? The real enemy are not the muslim perverts who commit the crimes but the nasty far-right who might react to the crimes.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-46684638

    uk-46684638

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    • Eddy Booth says:

      ”there could be some cultural reasons from the communities that these men came from that could lead to this kind of behaviour.”
      AKA Inbred halfwits

         22 likes

    • LastChanceSaloon says:

      vlad
      What is that word again?
      Just remembered, taqiyya.

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Vlad – I wonder if his top cop brother shares the same views ? No wonder these vermin get away with it for so long …

         7 likes

  36. StewGreen says:

    Oops Alice Roberts demo on opposable thumbs went wrong when she picked the black girl to demonstrate
    “OK, this went OK in rehearsals , but I think you just cheated there Leanna”

       14 likes

  37. G.W.F. says:

    Titania draws attention to the underpinning of our racist, fascist society.

       14 likes

  38. Guest Who says:

    First Adrian Goldberg is off to join the Luftwaffe, and now this…

    When will the madness end?

       37 likes

  39. Guest Who says:

    Mixed feelings on this spat, tbh…

    However, no doubts here…

       32 likes

    • LastChanceSaloon says:

      GW
      Austin failed his 11+ (Leftypedia).
      Adonis, not British so you expect treason.

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  40. LastChanceSaloon says:

    2018-12-27 12:00 BBC World
    “German army ‘could recruit EU citizens'”
    “Parliament’s commissioner for the armed forces, Hans-Peter Bartels, said recruiting EU citizens was already a
    “kind of normality” as many soldiers already had dual nationality or an immigrant background.”

    There we have it. They intend to recruit non-whites to fire on Europeans.
    No surprise, “whatever it takes”.

    I believe this was predicted on this site soon after their EU Army was announced, which was just after Clegg stated it would never happen, and Farage was a liar.
    Well “when it gets serious Nick, you just have to lie”.

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  41. LastChanceSaloon says:

    2018-12-28 01:00 BBC Entertainment & Arts.
    ‘Why the time is right for Brexit origins story’
    By Neil Smith
    Entertainment reporter

    “Britain’s exit from the EU has rarely been out of the headlines since the country made the historic decision to go it alone 18 months ago.”

    Problems with their arithmetic at the BBC? Should be 30 months.

    No doubt the propaganda film, which is the subject of the article, already discussed in these columns will be just as inaccurate, as intended.

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    • LastChanceSaloon says:

      Report now modified by The World’s Most Lying Broadcaster.
      Schoolboy error now down the memory hole.
      Also down the memory hole was the note indicating that the report was changed, perhaps it never existed.
      Not down the memory hole “Why you can trust BBC News”
      ****s.

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  42. Halifax says:

    Ok it’s confession time….my hobby is taking pictures of high flying aircraft over Halifax UK. I use a 900 mm mirror lense on a Pentax SLR. At the moment (hang on this is going to get geeky) you need at least 1 / 1000 sec to take a half decent shot. This can only be achieved if (My lense is f8 fixed ) you select 800 ASA or higher. 1 / 1000 sec isn’t really high enough to give you shake free shots and 800 ASA or higher is very very grainy. So how did that guy take that picture of Air Force One?
    He would have needed a lense with a massive aperture (let’s more light in) that angle is only possible if your about 12 miles away ( presuming aircraft is at, I would suppose 38000 ft) the amount of moisture in the atmosphere is high at the moment and this leads to distortion irrelevant of shutter speed etc. He would also have been to the west of the aircraft (it was travelling south) and the light shows it out from the west (pm) he said it was morning. I’m not calling him a fibber but I’m sorry that angle and definition is not possible from someone just stood “at the front door” or if it is I need lessons from him…..

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Halifax
      Maybe the new French owners of Gatwick airport ( because of Brexit ) should hire this chap to take pictures of non existent drones or thick coppers ….

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    • davylars says:

      Halifax.
      A quick bit of trigonometry on the angle of the aircraft to the ground (10 degrees?) suggests that at 6.5 miles high, and assuming at that point the plane was in level flight, the picture would have had to be taken from 38 miles away. Would this be possible?

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  43. Celtic_Mist says:

    Yesterday the BBC main story at 10 was about hospital car parking charges and how everywhere else except England and N Ireland has done away with them.

    On the face of it yes I suppose there is a story there but I began to wonder where exactly it came from and who wants to make a big issue about it. Apparently there had been a private members bill and Labour have promised to do away with the charges. However, making this the main story beggars belief at this time of the year of peace and joy to the world.

    A local paper in NI, which I don’t buy has a similar story, the purpose of which might be to re-ignite debate on the subject for the benefit of the Alliance Party

    https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/northern-ireland-health-trusts-rake-in-13m-in-car-parking-fees-since-2015-37659447.html

    Newspapers tend to back different political parties but which one does the BBC back and should it even back any at all?

       20 likes

    • Rich says:

      Celtic,

      I don’t buy it either, or much of what is written in it, and don’t know anyone who does. Its’ ‘award-winning’ website is awful. All the bigots who forced them to do away with their comments section seem to now spend their time on the bBBC ‘Have Your Say’ stories.

      Hospital parking costs are exorbitant but these can be reimbursed in some instances to those deemed to be most in need, as long as they’re in receipt of a qualifying benefit, through a Social Fund Community Care Grant or through the NHS Healthcare Travel Cost Scheme. The initial cost can be high but the opportunity to get your money back is there for those that the politicians and the bBBC really want to portray as being the victims in this. Perhaps the Alliance Party, NIs Lib Dems, could spend some time helping with form-filling and providing advice rather than shit-stirring or removing skelfs from their arses.

      I haven’t heard either of these schemes mentioned by the agenda-driven bBBC. So much for their community-led information service.

         6 likes

  44. Guest Who says:

    Obscure NGO – tick
    ‘Quotes’ – tick
    ‘We’ – tick

    Despite this, #CCBGB

       26 likes

    • Fedup2 says:

      Sharks sighted in the English Channel . Or maybe put on showings of “jaws” in French cinemas . Bet macron is buying the inflatable boats …

         18 likes

      • Up2snuff says:

        Fed, I doubt that last sentence of yours and that is probably worth a quick proper ‘edit’-type re-write delete-thing. 😉

        However, I was shocked about eighteen months after Mutti Merkel threw open the doors of the EU, to discover that the ‘Asylum Business’ was estimated to be worth 4 to 5 bn Euros per annum.

        That amount – doesn’t matter whether it is wrong, 1, 2 or 3 bn Euros would be just as bad – finds its way into the banks of this world. It gets transfered. It gets invested. It pays fees. It pays charges.

        Trafficking is evil. It should be the prime occupation of all national governments, not terrorism, not Global Warming & Climate Change. End the trafficking.

        Unfortunately, as Deep Throat would say to Woodward & Bernstein “Follow the money. Follow the money.”

           10 likes

        • Fedup2 says:

          Up2
          It would be in the interest of the French State to export as many third worlders to an easy touch like Blighty – so Macron / France is ensuring a safe exit from France .

          This will get worse in the next few months unless measures are taken .

          At least the weather will get worse soon which might make transit more difficult – can but help .

          There is no refugee treaty saying you can claim where you want so these are illegal immigrants and must go back from where they come .

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    • Eddy Booth says:

      ”the migration issue has to be de-politicised,,”
      is he being sarcastic ?

         5 likes

  45. Guest Who says:

    Meanwhile, the bbc flies an ‘entrepreneur’ to West Coast America for a veggie burger.

    Bizarre.

       27 likes

  46. Fedup2 says:

    Toady watch

    I just couldn’t do it – day after day of guest snowflakes rattling on about some ‘good cause ‘ . All I want is the gg tips …..

    BBC reminds me of the film ‘king rat’ where someone in a POW camp is kept going by hating another . That’s the relation the BBC has with President Trump / our freedom from the ReichEU.

       18 likes

  47. Guest Who says:

    Meanwhile, all Katty’s christmases come at once…

       15 likes

    • Guest Who says:

      Oh, I should add… #CCBGB on both twitter and FB.

         11 likes

    • LastChanceSaloon says:

      GW
      It is a man.
      His hair do is mass cultural appropriation with 12 ounces of superglue to make it look natural.

      807 people are talking about this.

      Only 56 people “talking” about the invading fleets (see above), demonstrating, for the zillionth time, the priorities of those on the thick left.

         11 likes

    • JamesArthur says:

      I have had good few days off the BBC so as not to spoil Christmas..but today
      First hardly any men on Breakfast, sport all deleivered by women and Naga and whatsername squeeling over each other – very off putting Then Dan says we need to recycle more and that they have just seperated steel and aluminium from plastic with magnets..hmmm aluminium with magnets?

      And why are the Channel illegal immigrants not called that instead of migrants? Why isn’t the BBBC asking why they are not being sent back to France – we know where they came from..the actual beach is irrelevant. I’m sorry we should not be helping them complete their journey..
      BBC website says the debacle with D Day stamps was highlighted by BBC news..no it wasn’t it was on social media whch they just copied

      There is so much wrong with the BBC that it is becoming hard to stomach it at all…

         25 likes

    • vlad says:

      What’s not to admire?
      a) she’s black.
      b) is married to the ex-president who won by virtue of being black.
      c) and won the Nobel Piss Prize for being, erm, black.

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  48. fakenewswatcher says:

    On Toady, Justin Webb and Mishal Hussein host Angelina Jolie as guest editor. And her agenda is —surprise: Refugees.
    And now that Angelina is no longer ‘wild’, (excepting in a wild disregard for the law-because she is an ‘internationalist’), she is concerned with UN refugee agencies. We find out we are all responsible for ‘violence against women’, especially in the Congo.
    It wasn’t put in that many words, but let’s see the colour of your cash….
    Brown-nosing Justin wants to know if she wants to run for President.
    I understand the ‘internationalist’ bit. Fifty years ago, it was a core principle of Communism (allegedly). Today it has been picked up by those in the West, who are their spiritual heirs. And unlike the Communists, they have no economic philosophy or elaborate structure to explain history, etc etc They know only that they don’t like ‘Nationalism’ (ie states have borders they are able to control). So: lettemallin and payup worldwide. Simples.

    And Diane Abbott was there, proclaiming that all little boats in British waters are our responsibility, cos of ‘Asylum’ laws. Perhaps the whole idea of ‘asylum’ -designed for Europe of seventy years ago, but now potentially a way in to Europe and the UK for hundreds of millions if they want, needs to be re-examined?

    You always wonder what those, like Justin and Mishal, (who will be on big, fat licence fee-payer funded salaries), are doing to take in ‘migrants’. My guess is nowt, cos virtue-signalling is free.
    But I am willing to be corrected.

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    • Up2snuff says:

      fnw, I only caught the last 40 minutes of TOADY today. Last year I avoided the post-Christmas TOADY altogether. I think that’s the best strategy.

      Having listened to the Jolie on the Soapbox (as well as Diane Abbott miscalculating on the Vienna Convention – is that the right one? – whatever, she got the rule wrong) I was left with conflicted feelings and thoughts.

      On the one hand, this fake Editorship by a ‘guest’, enabling them not to Edit in the true sense of the job but to ‘Soapbox’, is a demonstartion of all that is wrong and corrupt about the BBC.

      On the other, I was left thinking ‘Maybe it does some good? ‘Ordinary’ people will listen to this and will realise how immoral, how corrupt the Hard/Far/Liberal Left-Right have become. They may have their eyes opened to true conservatism.’

         19 likes

      • Guest Who says:

        Looking at comments across social media, ‘blowback’ does not come close.

        They just need to helicopter in Leo from the Antarctic to lecture on air travel and the set is complete.

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      • fakenewswatcher says:

        Snuff- ‘Ordinary people’ are precisely the targets of this non-stop propaganda, which is trying to make them feel guilty (not too difficult- if you took guilt induction away from the Lefties, they wouldn’t have a lot left in their armouries) and responsible for all the world’s woes 24/7.
        There are very few alternative options in the media, where virtue-signalling is cheap, things run on an emotional level, and thinking rationally and researching, if you don’t have all the facts, is unfashionable. Who wants to dig deeper into the Vienna Convention to see if it still makes sense? Who is even aware of the ‘UN Migrant Compact?’
        The ‘internationalists’ are hoping – I suspect- that the sheer barrage of propaganda is going to overwhelm everyone. They would also like to portray conservatives as wild-eyed warmongers, lacking in compassion, and always ready to smash somebody in the face. If you listened carefully to Mishal and Angelina, you would also have realised that the latter are essentially meant to be men. So, if you’re a man in Britain, you’re really not that unconnected to mass military rape in the Congo or Myanmar.
        Not in that many words, of course. But that is how Feminist propaganda works. And Angelina (whatever she may describe herself as) certainly sounded like one of those.

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        • Up2snuff says:

          fnw, yours is a gloomy view I could subscribe to but I’m hoping for a push-back from the population as a whole.

          That is really why the Hard/Far/Liberal Left-Right (can I use Alt-Left as ‘shorthand’?) have been labelling voters and their votes if not placed for Alt-Left as bad, evil ‘Populists’ and ‘Nationlists’. They know that their political position is one held by only a minority of the electorate and an insulated, affluent, hegemony-holding one at that.

          They are terrified that people will wake up and push back via their vote & the Ballot Box, while it still exists.

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          • fakenewswatcher says:

            Snuff – I’m not wanting to be gloomy, I’m trying to say we must understand that there is a fierce propaganda war on, and that the Left has been winning this war, in part through its capture of the media and in part because conservatism, being convinced about the virtue/effectiveness of rational thinking, doesn’t really understand propaganda, which trades on emotions (like eg.guilt).
            There has indeed been a reaction (eg Trump, Brexit) , but notice how Trump has been under siege from day 1 and how -at the moment- there is still a big question over Brexit.
            None of this is coincidental. Rationally, it shouldn’t be happening. But it is.
            And Merkel is still firmly ensconsed, and has just personally signed the ‘UN Migrant Compact’ (mentioned by Jolie, who is more than just aware of it).
            And Justin and Mishal and Angelina are happily broadcasting away at our expense (in more ways than one).

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            • Up2snuff says:

              fnw, my apologies. I got out of bed (late) this a.m. and in a fairly gung-ho mood. 🙂

              Yes, I agree there is a propaganda war on. But …. but ….
              I’m also aware that propaganda has its failures. I never thought the Iron Curtain would collapse. I hoped it would. It made sense economically & socially that it would. I prayed that it would.

              It did.

              More recently, those inclined to vote Leave, together with those campaigning for a Leave vote in the 2016 EU Referendum had everything but the kitchen sink thrown at them by the Government, the Remain campaigners, a large part of the media and any other odd bods that could be encouraged to cajole or warn or threaten potential Leave voters.

              They failed.

              Since then, not just the kitchen sink but the whole of an old kitchen, cupboards & appliances, all have been chucked with some force at the Leave voter and, especially, at those who campaigned for Leave campaign groups. Field, Hoey, Gove, Johnson, Farage, Banks and all the others have had to put up with the most ferocious, most bitter, attacks. I cannot help but wonder whether if there was a second EU Referendum (a so-called ‘Peoples Vote’ – more like a Remainers’ scam) now, whether all that propaganda, all that ordure, would result in what those Remainers want.

              Maybe not.

              The people are wiser, smarter than many politicians assume, think or know.

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    • LastChanceSaloon says:

      GW
      Politicalite, new to me.
      But they have other reports which will never appear on the BBC.
      Perhaps BBBC should have a list of recommended sites to assist new visitors.

         7 likes

      • Guest Who says:

        LCS, well for ‘balance’ the bbc does seem excited about this ‘story’, with added ‘expert’ ‘analysis’ (BBc quotes):

        He is a good bet for DG surely?

           8 likes

        • Guest Who says:

          John clearly in need of some Gaviscom.

          Is it not usual journalistic practice to lock down facts before going ment… even more mental, rather than banging out accusations and engaging in staging matches with the subject of the ‘investigation’?

             11 likes

  49. Guest Who says:

    What’s this? News… on the bbc? About….. men?!!!

       19 likes

    • The Sage says:

      Diversity, don’t ya just love it.

         9 likes

      • vlad says:

        No doubt the murderous bastards are called Smith, Johnson and Jones.
        Oops, just checked: meet Messrs Aram Kurd, Hawkar Hassan and Arkan Ali.

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